The Second Scrutiny

In the Scrutinies for RCIA we always use the A Cycle readings and during the Second Scrutiny this weekend we listen to the story of the man born blind. The man who is healed of his blindness regains his sight immediately, but gradually grows to see as Christ sees.  In the fall during the Rite […]

The First Scrutiny

What’s a Scrutiny? This weekend the adults preparing to celebrate their Sacraments at Easter – the RCIA Elect – are participating in the first of 3 Scrutinies this Lent. But what are they? The Scrutinies invite the Elect and all of us to open the eyes of our hearts and souls, so we can see […]

96th Novena of Grace

This year marks the 96th Novena of Grace at St. Aloysius Parish. The theme of this year’s Novena is “Re-engaging the Sacraments”. The Novena of Grace is grounded in our celebration of liturgy.  Liturgies of the Word and Eucharist feature a reflection by one of our presenters, music, and prayers of petition and thanksgiving through […]

Love music? Sing choir at St. Al’s

We hear all you vocalists out there. Here’s your chance to sing choir at St. Al’s. Five practices leading up to 11 a.m. Mass on Sunday, Oct. 2. Check out the flyer on this page and contact Music Director Andrea after Mass or via email.

Welcome to St. Aloysius, Fr. Daniel Nevares, S.J.

A warm welcome to Fr. Daniel Nevares, S.J., who officially joins St. Aloysius as associate pastor on August 15. Fr. Nevares was ordained a priest in June at St. Aloysius. He previously spent three years at Gonzaga Prep where he taught within the history and social studies department and assisted with liturgical planning, retreat ministry […]